Richard T. Notkin

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'Heart Teapot: Homage to Archie Bray', stoneware by Richard Notkin, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Richard T. Notkin is an American ceramic artist who was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1948. He earned a BFA from Kansas City Art Institute in 1970, studying under Ken Ferguson. In 1973, he received his MFA from the University of California, Davis, where he studied under Robert Arneson.

Notkin lives and works in Helena, Montana and is especially known for his reinterpretations of traditional Yixing pottery.

References[edit]

  • Guangzhen, Zhou "Po" (1997). American Ceramic Artists Today. Beijing, The People's Fine Art Publishing House. ISBN 7-102-01932-7
  • Martin, Andrew J. (2006). The Essential Guide to Mold Making and Slip Casting. New York, Lark Books. ISBN 978-1-60059-077-1
  • The Western Spokesman of Yixing-Richard Notkin, Ceramic Art, V.31, 90-93.
  • Lokau, Walter H: "Postmodern Moralities - About Richard T. Notkin, Ceramic Artist", pg. 8-13, New Ceramics, (Feb 2006).